Durham, NH, United States
Posted: 4 years ago


£6,091 per year

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Environmental impacts on habitat, land, water and other natural resources are continuously affecting wildlife species. If you’re interested in wildlife, biodiversity and ecology, then a natural resources M.S. with the wildlife and conservation biology option may be for you. In this graduate program, you’ll take an integrated field-laboratory approach to the study of population ecology and conservation, community and landscape ecology, conservation biology and genetics, and applied wildlife management.  You’ll develop quantitative skills and use statistical analysis techniques that prepare you for work in a variety of conservation fields locally, regionally and globally.

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